Author by: Lewis Grassic Gibbon Languange: en Publisher by: Canongate Books Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 17 Total Download: 774 File Size: 42,7 Mb Description: Edited and introduced by Valentina Bold.This selection of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s writing brings together old favourites and new material for the first time.
This selection of Lewis Grassic Gibbon's writing brings together old favourites and new material for the first time. There are all his lively contributions to Scottish Scene (co-written by Hugh MacDiarmid) including the unforgettable lilt and flow of his short stories 'Smeddum', 'Clay', 'Greendenn', 'Sim' and 'Forsaken'. The anthology ends with the full text of his last novel, The Speak of the.
About Lewis Grassic Gibbon: aka James Leslie Mitchell. Lewis Grassic Gibbon is the author of Sunset Song (3.94 avg rating, 3324 ratings, 265 reviews, pub.
Other work includes Smeddum: A Lewis Grassic Gibbon Anthology and, with Andrew Nash, Gateway to the Modern: Re-situating J.M. Barrie. Va lentina is equally comfortable in multi-media and on-line publications. Her pioneering CD-rom, Northern Folk, co-produced with Tom McKean, combines audio and video recordings with archival materials and artwork.
Smeddum: a Lewis Grassic Gibbon anthology. Gibbon's essays 'The Land', 'Glasgow' and 'Literary Lights' from Scottish Scene are of particular interest. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Gibbon, Lewis Grassic, Bold, Valentina Date 2001 Publisher Canongate Books.
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Lewis Grassic Gibbon: Biography on Undiscovered Scotland. Lewis Grassic Gibbon lived from 13 February 1901 to 7 February 1935. Born James Leslie Mitchell, he was a Scottish writer whose book Sunset Song, is widely regarded to have been one of the best Scottish books of the 20th Century. Lewis Grassic Gibbon.
Sunset Song regularly appears in lists of favourite Scottish books, and is perhaps the iconic Scottish novel of the first half of the 20th century. Rich in character and detail, and filled with religious, historical and political themes, Sunset Song is a deep, powerful work which rewards close attention and study. Douglas Young's Scotnote provides readers with an authoritative analysis of the.